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MAGAZINE: Lanigan Is Learning New Tricks

Darrell Lanigan has gone through a number of changes during the 2016 season, including racing for a new team. (Michael Moats Photo)

The landscape has been different this season for Darrell Lanigan, full of new twists and turns. After years of racing solo as an owner-operator, the future Hall of Fame dirt late model driver is wheeling Clint Bowyer Racing’s Georgia Boot-sponsored No. 15.

MAGAZINE: An Unlikely Pennsylvania Pairing

Lance Dewease has teamed up with Don Kreitz Jr. this year and it has turned out to be a successful combination. (Dennis Bicksler Photo)

Dewease and Kreitz plan to race about 25 shows — the time trial races at Williams Grove Speedway, along with seven shows at Susquehanna. They may run some of the big season-ending events at Port Royal Speedway as well.

SPEED SPORT Photo Of The Week

Jason Porter (13) does a nose stand during a crash on Sunday night at Vermont's Bear Ridge Speedway. (Alan Ward Photo)

It’s time once again to recognize one of our great photography contributors by selecting the SPEED SPORT Photo of the Week.

SPEED SPORT Power Rankings

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Rain wreaked havoc on racing all over the United States this week, forcing both NASCAR and the NHRA to postpone racing to Monday afternoon. Despite the weather, there was still plenty of racing last weekend that affected the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings. Were there any changes in the top five?

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

SPEED SPORT Top Performers

Like many races around the country, Mother Nature forced us to postpone SPEED SPORT Top Performers for a few hours today so we could see the results of the delayed NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series events. With the bad weather in the rear view, it’s time to find out who is a Top Performer this week.

Torn From The Headlines: June 11, 1969

Pages from June 11 1969

Art Pollard, 42 years young, survived a first lap crash Sunday, got into another car and won his first national championship ever at a record breaking 112.-157 miles per hour before a record crowd of 41 789 at State Fair Park.

Newest Class Enters National Sprint Car HoF

Dale Blaney and his mother, Kate, share the moment after Blaney was inducted into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Saturday afternoon. (Stan Kalwasinski Photo)

An enthusiastic crowd was on hand Saturday afternoon at the 27th annual National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Induction Program, held on the grounds of the Marion County Fairgrounds, which is the site of the famed Knoxville Raceway.

SPEED SPORT Photo Of The Week

Ryan Hunter-Reay poses with his two children during driver introductions for the 100th Indianapolis 500. (Ginny Heithaus Photo)

It’s time once again to recognize one of our great photography contributors by selecting the SPEED SPORT Photo of the Week.

SPEED SPORT Power Rankings

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Memorial Day weekend has come and gone and with three of the biggest races in the world in the rear view mirror, who sits atop the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings?

Torn From The Headlines: June 2, 1982

Pages from June 02 1982

Gordon Johncock nipped Rick Mears by the eyelash-flicker margin of 16/100ths of a second Sunday to win the closest race in Indianapolis 500-Mile Race history at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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